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I see where Glenn Beck has a new book out. The title is something like talking to idiots. It sounds to me like Glenn and Rush got together and were talking to each other.
Tim needs to enroll in some self-help therapy groups with the first one being Anger Management and the next that he is not always right in his thinking!!!
People like you love to take things out of context to make hate. For the rest of you that would like to read the entire transcript of the crips and bloods comment and perhaps come to your own conclusion vs. the lies perpetuated by libs like this Tim guy and the conservative hating, lying and supposed main stream media please follow this link. http://michaelinmi.wordpress.com/2009/10/14/rush-limbaughs-nfl-bloods-vs-crips-quote-in-full-context/
The guy is an entertainer. He has a ton of fun at your expense. The joke is on you!
and his qualifications stop there. He's never held elected office, is a convicted criminal, rakes in the dough -- like a lot of Hollywood folks. So, no, he's got no actual political power. Yet, the GOP takes umbrage at jokes (far funnier, too, than Rush's) about Sarah Palin, W, Michelle Bachmann (a frequent target of Keith Olbermann, another entertainer). But Letterman apologized for part of his riff on Palin's daughter; ever heard Russ apologize? None of these gomers who try to pass themselves off as commentators (left or right) should be taken seriously in the political realm. But because they are part of the pop-culture realm, when they offend in that area, they should be called to account: Michael Richards (Kramer) has justly been banished for his racial jokes. Why let old chubster off the hook?
Ted Turner has frequently made fun of the Catholics on his staff. This is just discrimination, pure and simple. If they barred Rush because he was black, people would be outraged. But barring him for being a pain in liberals sides is A-Okay with the "tolerant" members of our society.
1. The statements you refer to are fabricated, and others that are not are mis-interpreted.
2. What a shame in the USA that two race-baiting, self-promoting frauds like Sharpton and Jackson can infringe on another citizen's rights.
3. The reason some don't like Limbaugh is because he speaks the truth and sheds light on their lies.
you are not approved for ownership if you are a Conservative. What's next? I am sure this leads to something similar to Nazi Germany or Cambodia - the rounding up and re-education of those that have an ideology that is different than those in power. This is exactly why the Founding Fathers wrote the 2nd Amendment! Okay, now let the "Wingnut" insults fly...
The Commissioner of the NFL and his fellow owners run a private club. They can let you in or keep you out at thier pleasure. It is no ones God given right to be able to own an NFL franchise. If you have a beef with this ,contact Roger Goodell the Commish or his local representative, Zyggi Wilf.
No one wants the players to have hurt feelings, so when their union says Rush is a mean man we have to listen. Strib ran out of ink before they could remind us that Players union boss Smith is a Washington lawyer who just by the strangest of coincidences was also on the Obama transition team and by even stranger coincidence the White House also thinks Rush is mean. What are the odds?
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